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An Evening with Emerging Writers and Editors

Sep
27

Tuesday, September 27, 2022 | 7:00 p.m. ET Online

A Public Space invites aspiring writers and editors to a conversation about the art of the editorial dialogue. Bring your questions and join APS managing editor Megan Cummins and Writing and Editorial Fellows Vivian Hu, Crawford Hunt, Taylor Michael, and Ruby Wang as they discuss their early experiences of working with either an editor or a writer, and their questions for each other about the surprises they found on their side of the relationship. Audience members will have an opportunity to ask about career paths for writers and editors. You can find more information about the Fellowship programs at A Public Space—and an archive of past Fellows and their work in the magazine—here.

This event is free, but registration is required. Please note this formerly in-person event has been moved online.

This is an official 2022 Brooklyn Book Festival event.

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Megan Cummins

is the managing editor of A Public Space. Her book, If the Body Allows It, was longlisted for The Story Prize and the PEN/Bingham Award for Debut Short Story Collection.


Ruby Wang

is the 2022 A Public Space Editorial Fellow. Originally from Reno, Nevada, she is an MA student in English and American literature at New York University.


Taylor Michael

was the 2020 Editorial Fellow. Originally from Mount Vernon, New York, at the time of her fellowship she was an MFA candidate in nonfiction at Columbia University, where her work considered power and privilege in society. She is currently an associate editor at A Public Space and the Programs Coordinator for the National Book Foundation. 


Vivian Hu

is a writer and cellist from Texas, and a 2022 Writing Fellow. Her work can be found in Narrative, Triangle House Review, and elsewhere. She completed her MFA at Cornell University, where she currently teaches undergraduate creative writing. She lives in Ithaca, New York.


Crawford Hunt

was a 2020 Writing Fellow. Previously unpublished at the time of her fellowship, she worked as a content producer for TED Talks and had previously received a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct oral histories with the speakers of the endangered Mayan language Tojolabal in Mexico.


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